Matthew Claudel

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Matthew Claudel studied architecture at Yale and has presented at TEDx, designed and authored several books, designed buildings in Tokyo and St. Kitts, and built furniture. His work has been published in the Architectural Review, the Yale Retrospecta, Architectural Design, Il Sole 24 Ore, The European, Aspenia, and Fritz Hansen, among others, and featured in exhibitions at Yale. In 2013, he received the Sudler Prize – Yale’s highest award for the creative and performing arts, and now works as a researcher at MIT’s Senseable City Lab, focusing on design, writing and curatorship in the contexts of architecture and urban science.